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find your creative

want to make a game?

List your project on DoodleMeeple and invite professionals from our creative roster to help make your game design a reality.
Some of the best creative talent in the board game industry will provide you with quotes for your work you can then discuss the project, agree a payment structure, sign the contract and let the work begin.
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Jess Tooting

Graphic Artist
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David McGubbins

Sci-Fi Artist
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Liz Peterson

Fantasy Artist

how it works

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Register for a free DoodleMeeple account. Simply click the button below, enter a few details and you’re in.

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Create a profile

Both Creatives and Creators on DoodleMeeple need to have a profile to showcase themselves, their projects and their skills. Make yourself or your company an attractive and reliable prospect for potential creative partners.

Submit a brief

Each project requires a brief that describes what the work entails, any deadlines and what you expect from your ideal creative. Is this a kickstarter? Is it funded? Are there strict deadlines? An accurate and honest description at this stage will facilitate a great working relationship with your chosen contractor.

Choose your Creatives

You’ll be able to check out our Creative roster, filtered by the role you need for your project and add a handful to your brief. This means you’re not going to hear from hundreds of underqualified, or irrelevant applicants. Get quotes from the people you want to work with.

Sign the contract

Accepting a quote from a creative will generate a binding contract between both parties.

Start making games

Once all is agreed, your Creatives will begin making your game a reality!

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Disputes

Disputes happen all the time and they usually happen for one reason, lack of clear communication.

You can mitigate the chances of a dispute by ensuring your project listing is concise, accurate and honest, and by communicating regularly with your creative. If you’re unable to fulfil your payment obligations or if any event occurs that threatens the completion of the contract then you must let the creative know as soon as possible. Most importantly, only approve payments if you are happy progress being made.

If the situation deteriorates to a point where we need to step in, then that’s what we’ll do. We’ll act as a mediator to reach a resolution that suits both parties.